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Are conspiracy theories on the rise?

27th Feb 2019

James Tilley, Professor of Politics, has been exploring why we believe in conspiracy theories, if they are increasing in an age of digital communication and whether belief in them is affected by partisan views.

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Political Fact-Checking and the 'King of Whoppers'

4th Apr 2018

Dr Lucas Graves from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has published a paper on how journalists and computer scientists are developing automated fact-checking tools, and in a related podcast, 'King of Whoppers', he considers, specifically,  the role of the fact-checking movement in the 2016 US Presidential Race.

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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen joins new EU High Level Group on Fake News

25th Jan 2018

Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Director of Research at Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, has been appointed to the new European Commission High Level Group on fake news and disinformation online.

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Sudhir Hazareesingh interviewed on the conflict between Charlie Hebdo and Mediapart

22nd Nov 2017

Sudhir has been interviewed by Le Monde (15 November) about the latest clash in France over the issue of laicité.

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David Levy discusses the rise of news distributed through social media

5th Aug 2016

David Levy has appeared on the 'Future Tense' program for ABC Australia's Radio National station (31 July) in an episode exploring the collapse of the large 'prestige' newspapers with staff in the hundreds, and the rise of social media companies filling that vacuum.

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Monica Richter's MPhil research quoted in The Times

3rd Aug 2016

Monica Richter's research has been quoted in an article by The Times on the Russian-backed news channel, Russia Today.

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How Europe's media covered Brexit

29th Jul 2016

The European Journalism Observatory — a network of collaborating research institutes including the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism — has conducted a content analysis of the print editions of three daily newspapers in each of 12 European countries and also in the United States, between June 25 and July 1.

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DPIR academics criticise misinformation in EU Referendum campaigns

14th Jun 2016

Anne Deighton, Cecile Fabre, Iain McLean, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Alan Ryan, Zofia Stemplowska and Richard Caplan were among over 200 academics who have signed an open letter to the Daily Telegraph, criticising misinformation in the EU Referendum campaigns.

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Gwendolyn Sasse writes on the politics of the Eurovision Song Contest

18th May 2016

Gwendolyn Sasse has written an article for Carnegie Europe (17 May) about the curious implications of a Eurovision Song Contest in which the winning song, by the Ukrainian singer Jamala, explicitly references the deportation of the Crimean Tatar people from Crimea to Central Asia - a deportation masterminded by Joseph Stalin in 1944.

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The Digital News Project 2016

13th Apr 2016

Introducing the Digital News Report - the world’s largest comparative international survey of changing news habits.

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Félix Krawatzek discusses the Politics of the Future

12th Apr 2016

The ways politicians, governments, think-tanks, campaigning groups and the public think about political futures is continuously negotiated and deeply contested. Who shapes the ways we think about the future?

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